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Schools in Paramus
Midland Elementary School
241 W Midland Ave, Paramus, NJ
West Brook Middle School
560 Roosevelt Blvd, Paramus, NJ
Paramus High School
99 E Century Rd, Paramus, NJ
Police and Law Enforcement in Paramus
Paramus Police Department
1 Carlough Dr, Paramus, NJ
Bergen County Police Department327 E Ridgewood Ave, Paramus, NJ
Parks in Paramus
Hemlock Dr, Paramus, NJ
Map of paramus, NJ
Local news for Paramus, NJ continually updated from thousands of sources on the web.
A Rutgers University student from Paramus was charged with attempted murder, and another from Hillsdale with aggravated assault, after a fight broke out at 2 a.m. Friday morning in New Brunswick, police there report. At approximately 2 a.m. Friday, New Brunswick police responded to a call about a fight outside the Old Bay Restaurant, the New Orleans-esque restaurant and bar at Church and Neilson streets in downtown New Brunswick.
Two Rutgers University students from Bergen County were charged with attempted murder and aggravated assault after a fight broke out at 2 a.m. Friday morning in New Brunswick, police there report. At approximately 2 a.m. Friday, New Brunswick police responded to a call about a fight outside the Old Bay Restaurant, the New Orleans-esque restaurant and bar at Church and Neilson streets in downtown New Brunswick.
BERGEN COUNTY found a place for real horses in Overpeck County Park. Maybe it can do the same for the ones that go up and down and around and around.
BCC has received permission from the federal government to operate drones, making it one of only three community colleges nationwide to receive such an exemption, and one of just 21 colleges and universities overall. "This is the type of technology that is cutting edge, and there is a lot of potential that exists for unmanned aerial vehicles, or drones, in the future," Larry Hlavenka, BCC spokesman, told New Jersey 101.5. Hlavenka said because BCC has a strong commitment to STEM - science, technology, engineering and math - drones are a natural progression for the community college located in Paramus.
A 36-year-old Brooklyn man was arrested early Thursday morning after he allegedly led police on a car chase on Route 17 north that ended when he crashed into the highway's wall in Waldwick. Hasean Wyche is charged with eluding police, possession of crack cocaine and possession with the intent to distribute cocaine, Paramus Police Chief Kenneth Ehrenberg said in a statement.
Matthew Hazuda, left, and Rahul Mathew are charged with aggravated sexual assault in an alleged 2011 attack on a 14-year-old. HACKENSACK - Two men who were teenagers when they were alleged to have sexually assaulted an intoxicated 14-year-old girl in 2011 turned down plea deals on Wednesday to settle their cases and instead will head to trial.
A Hackensack man who fractured his ex-girlfriend's skull with a hammer and led police on a high-speed chase was sentenced Wednesday to 15 years in prison. During the sentencing, Superior Court Judge Susan Steele noted the "spate of violence" in Bergen County, with three initial appearances on homicide charges at the courthouse in five days.
Gary, a defensive tackle from Paramus Catholic High School... Dozens are protesting what they say is the mayor of San Francisco's plan to push homeless people out of the scenic bay-front Embarcadero, where Super Bowl festivities are being held. Dozens are protesting what they say is the mayor of San Francisco's plan to push homeless people out of the scenic bay-front Embarcadero, where Super Bowl festivities are being held.
Rashan Gary, the number-one high school football recruit in the county, announced he will play collegiate football for the University of Michigan. The 6-foot-4, 287-pound defensive tackle had offers from nearly every major Division I football program in the country, according to ESPN.
A Wyckoff cardiologist has been indicted for allegedly double-billing insurance companies for more than $600,000, according to the state attorney general's office. Dr. Roger Coletti, 69, is charged with nine counts of health care claims fraud because he allegedly billed Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey and UnitedHealthcare Inc. fraudulently over eight months, beginning in December 2010, Acting Attorney General John J. Hoffman said in a statement.
With a week to go, members of the Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club has been busy getting details together. Lots of last minute changes have forced a strong team effort.
When journalists Caren Zucker and John Donvan set out to write the history of autism, they sought not only to illuminate what they knew and fill in the gaps on what they didn't, but to tell the history through the stories of people and families of each era. Some were known, most were not; they all come together in "In a Different Key: The Story of Autism."
Members of Sunset Rotary Club learned from Director Dr. Zhang of Rutgers Institute on Anti-Corruption Studies of efforts being made to research and defeat corruption. Among the many actions taken by RIACS are a web-based, multi-disciplinary, and multi-national network of scholars and practiitoners working in the field of anti-corruption.
Republican presidential candidate New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie reaches out to shake a hand as he walks in the Fourth of July parade with his wife wife Mary Pat, Saturday, July 4, 2015, in Wolfeboro, N.H. The super PAC supporting Governor Christie spent nearly $12.6 million - nearly all of that on advertising - since he declared his presidential run in July, according to papers filed with the Federal Election Commission. That political action committee, America Leads, took in donations totaling $5.1 million between July 1, the day after Christie announced his candidacy, and Dec. 31, 2015, according to the FEC documents.
The eastbound lanes of the highway, as well as Forest Avenue, the cross street near where the rupture occurred - were reopened at 10 a.m., Paramus police said.
Moderation is key. As Patch editors, we often hear back from readers regarding which businesses they would like to see come to Paramus.
PARAMUS - A Bergen Community College public safety officer was charged with stealing a computer from the school, authorities said Friday. Joquann Montgomery, 30, of Paterson, was arrested Thursday by Bergen County Sheriff's Office Bureau of Police Services Detective Brian Rock, according to Sheriff Michael Saudino.